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Applies with brush or sprayer – cleans up with soap and water!
General Finishes’ Milk Paint provides a tough,
high-quality painted finish for your project. It is designed
for wood surfaces and is available in 20 of today’s most
popular colors. It can be applied directly from the can
to your work piece with a synthetic or foam brush; or
applied using an HVLP or conventional sprayer. If thinning is necessary, milk paint can be thinned using water. Milk
Paint is UV resistant and is suitable for both interior and
exterior furniture. Depending on the humidity, it can be
sanded and re-coated in 1 – 2 hours. Use Fine (220 grit)
sandpaper between coats. Milk Paints can be applied over existing finishes and will leave a low luster satin finish. Should a higher shine or more protection be required we recommend General Finishes High Performance Top Coat. Covers 400 – 500 sq. ft/gallon; mix
before using. Color Chart is not an exact representation of colors; use for reference only.
Made in USA.
Milk Paints all meet the environmental GREEN guidelines set forth for Architectural, Cabinets and Furniture (EPA 40 CFR Parts 9, 59 & 63), California Wood Coatings (SCAQMD Rule 1136), Kitchen Cabinet Makers Association (ESP - Environmental Stewardship Program), and the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design). Made in USA.
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from Medina, OH
About Me Avid Do-It-Yourselfer
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Comments about Milk Paints:
Great finish, sprays evenly and I've found GF to be one of the most durable paints
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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Exceptional product. I would purchase ag
By MD Cabinetmaker
from Hunt valley, Maryland
About Me Professional
Product was used on an entertainment center that I designed and built. The paint and glaze from General Finishes were used to get the desired effect.
So glad I found this paint!
By Midwest Transplant
from Boston, MA
About Me Beginner
I finished my mom's old antique buffet in the black color. It looks fabulous! I topped it off with a flat poly coat and can't believe I did it myself.
easy to spray
By Furniture Medic
from Calabash, NC
I use Milk paints to change the color of furniture.
Full bodied and glides on
By Russ Jr.
from Big Bear Lake, CA
Shake or stir the can well as the "milky" part tends to rise to the top. We use this on our exterior craft products and it holds up well. It gives us the old fashioned semi-transparent look as it ages, which is just what we were looking for. McFeely's sells it in gallons which makes the price attractive when doing production items.